Most employers use self-employed people at some point, whether only for a few hours (eg window cleaners) or on a long-term basis (eg contractors for a catering or cleaning service). Employers should have arrangements in place for ensuring their health and safety while on the premises. However, in many cases, health and safety law does not apply to self-employed workers, eg if they work from home on a low-risk activity, as this topic describes.

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